Wednesday, March 6, 2019

What a Wednesday!

Well, this Wednesday came a bit slower for the What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday as I missed last week!  I actually spent about 6 hours last Tuesday, 8 hours Wednesday, and 2 hours Friday working on tax stuff.  Yesterday I got the paper pack sent off in the mail to our son (who does our taxes) and will email the spreadsheets probably tomorrow.  So, my time was sitting at this PC and going through every scrap of paper, etc. getting it done.  Yesterday I worked on my stamp business stuff so that I will be ready to send in the sales tax I collected this first quarter when the time is right.

So, in linking with our head desker, Julia at the Stamping Ground, I have today's post ready to go. My desk view is from yesterday late afternoon while working on my sales tax stuff.


So nothing exciting. But I do have a couple cards I recently shared somewhere on this desk...  I finished with all this about an hour after this picture then we got ready to go to an old fashioned tent church revival meeting at my dad's church.  They served a dinner and then the music and preaching.

But last Saturday I went to Mesa, AZ  for the Rubber Stamp Events convention.  I pretty much behaved myself (stayed within my budget) and took 2 friends (1 of whom has never been to one of these!). I think they both outspent me!


The Wobbles and Rubbernecker flower die are for classes. Can we say "TAX DEDUCTIBLE!"  Yay! One of the gals who rode up with me got me the fun little gnomes stamps and the flip flop die. I'm looking forward to playing with all the rest.  I have been told that Jennifer McGuire has a  YouTube video using the little yellow slider spaces but I have not been able to find it. If you know please send me info in the comments.

Anyway, that's been my last 2 weeks.  I'm in the process of finishing my samples for my April 5 Easter project class.  I have 2 done, 1 on my desk, and the other in my head. Hope the one in my head stays there until I can get to it!

Now, please head over to the Stamping Ground and check out all the links to other desks.  Since I don't have much happening today other than working on class projects I'll be checking out the desks.  Maybe we'll pass along the way!

Stampin Carol

8 comments:

Helen said...

Glad your taxes are done (mostly!) I have never stuck to a budget at a show/convention.. well done you! Helen #4

Caro said...

What a lovely busy desk and nice new toys to play with. Thanks for sharing. Have a lovely week. With love and God Bless. Caro x (#31)

AliWade said...

Happy WOYWW. I love the cute panda in your new stash. A stamping convention sounds wonderful. Ali x #11

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Wow Carol, that is one busy desk. Nice collection you came home with too, enjoy using them. Wishing you a lovely creative week and a happy woyww, Angela x16x

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Eww Taxes that's not a job i'd like to be doing either end. Glad it's all done & you can get back to crafting. Always good when we come back from a show or convention with a few new goodies to play with, enjoy!
Happy WoywW Tracey #12

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Taxes....*shudder*...bleurgh. I bet you're glad it's all done and dusted. Much better to play with all that lovely new stash!!
Hugs LLJ 6 xxx

Sarah Brennan said...

Glad you've finally got your taxes done Carol, that must be a relief. Well done for keeping within budget at the show lol. Happy WOYWW. Sarah #3

glitterandglue said...

Hi Carol. Well done on the tax front! What a ghastly prospect - but you've done 'em!! Very proud of you staying within your craft budget at the event - I never do. Have fun trying everything out.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #2